We were invited to redesign, manufacture and install a new bar in Westbury on Trym’s thriving community village hall which is hired for various events.
The hall is a historic building, built in 1869, with features including decorative stained-glass windows and exposed timber roof beams. The design of the bar reflects some of these key features combined with modern design elements. This gives a stylish focal point to the room, whilst sitting comfortably in the environment.
The front of the bar is divided into three sections allowing the bar to pack away neatly when not in use. Security features have also been accommodated within the design.